Fixes a bug where events could be duplicated on subsequent synchronizations. The batched query to get the existing event posts was returning inconsistently ordered results so an orderby clause is required in order to ensure consistency. https://github.com/jaredcobb/ccb-core/releases/tag/1.0.5
Adds the CCB event id (as post meta) to each instance of a recurring event. This allows individual instances of a recurring event to be associated with each other in WordPress. https://github.com/jaredcobb/ccb-core/releases/tag/1.0.4
Featured images associated with synchronized posts now also get deleted when the post is deleted A new filter ccb_core_synchronizer_delete_attachment has been created to optionally overwrite the default behavior of deleting attachments when posts are deleted Any images that are synchronized automatically get a post meta key of ccb_core with a value of true (in case […]
Fixed a bug to allow subdomains with dashes Remove PHP 5.4 array syntax from the main plugin file (prevent crashes on PHP < 5.4) https://github.com/jaredcobb/ccb-core/releases/tag/1.0.2
Fixed a bug where terms are not populated in some circumstances Added checks for minimum PHP and WordPress versions to prevent crashes https://github.com/jaredcobb/ccb-core/releases/tag/1.0.1
Official stable release Breaking Changes – Please note that post type and custom taxonomy names have changed (see release notes ) Fixed broken group images (CCB API query parameter include_image_link=true) Refactored code to be faster, simpler, and easier to extend New documentation is now found in the Wiki Now available at https://github.com/jaredcobb/ccb-core/releases/tag/1.0.0
Automatically flush the rewrite rules when the Custom Post Types are toggled or slugs are changed. Previously, you needed to manually re-save your Permalink structure for the newly enabled post types to show up.
Added several filters and the ability to import group images as the post featured image. The new filters allow you to customize the API to Custom Post Type mappings: add_filter( ‘ccb_include_group_participants’ ), whether or not to ask the API to include group participants in the response add_filter( ‘ccb_get_groups_taxonomy_map’ ), ability to customize the taxonomy mapping for […]
This release adds Group Address, Longitude, and Latitude as custom fields.
This release fixes a bug for servers running PHP 5.2. Technical mumbo jumbo The plugin was using an anonymous function which was introduced in PHP 5.3. While PHP 5.4 is recommended, the minimum requirement for WordPress is PHP 5.2.